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Have a 2004 Toyota sienna want to remove control arm left

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Have a 2004 Toyota sienna want to remove control arm left side ,bolt by motor mount ,how to remove it ,?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Toyota
Expert:  Amedee replied 1 year ago.

Hello and welcome! Here is the Removal and replacement procedure for the control arm.

REMOVE ENGINE ASSEMBLY WITH TRANSAXLE

REMOVE TRANSVERSE ENGINE ENGINE
MOUNTING INSULATOR
Remove the
nuts and transverse engine engine mount-
ing insulator.
REMOVE FRONT SUSPENSION ARM SUB

ASSY
LOWER NO.1 LH
(a) Remove the 2 bolts on the front side of the front suspen-
sion arm sub

assy lower No.1 LH.
(b) Remove
the bolt and nut on the rear side of the front sus-
pension arm sub

assy lower No.1 LH.
(c) Remove the front suspension arm sub

assy lower No.1
LH.
(d) Remove the front lower arm bush stopper from the front
suspension arm sub

assy lower No.1 LH.
4. INSTALL FRONT SUSPENSION ARM SUB

ASSY
LOWER NO.1 LH
(a) Install the front lower arm bush stopper to the front sus-
pension arm sub

assy lower No.1 LH.
(b) Install
the bolt and nut to the rear side of the front suspen-
sion arm sub

assy lower No.1 LH.
Torque: 206 N

m (2,100 kgf

cm, 152 ft

lbf)

Expert:  Amedee replied 1 year ago.

The engine and lower cradle must be lowered to gain access to the lower control arm bolts. You dont need to remove the engine and transmission to perform the control arm replacement but the lower cradle and the complete engine assembly does need to be lowered. Remove and loosen the necessary components to lower the engine assembly a few inches to gain access to the lower control arm bolts.

Expert:  Amedee replied 1 year ago.

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